The official weigh-in event for tomorrow night's (August 24, 2012) Bellator 73 fight card took place today (August 23, 2012) at 6 p.m. ET from Harrah's Tunica Hotel and Casino in Tunica, Mississippi.
Of the 20 fighters who stepped on the scale, 19 of them made weight. Only undercard middleweight prospect Kelvin Tiller missed weight, coming in at a whopping 190.2. It's unlikely he'll be able to drop 4.2 pounds in two hours.
Headlining the main event of Bellator 73 will be the Bellator Summer Series Light Heavyweight tournament finale between veteran Travis Wiuff and European standout Attila Vegh. Both men will be vying for $100,000 and a shot at current Bellator Light Heavyweight champion Christian M'Pumbu (who Wiuff already defeated via decision in a "superfight" last year).
Also on tap is the continuation Bellator season six bantamweight finals between Brazilians Marcos Galvao and Luis Nogueira. Originally intended to take place, the fight was delayed due to injury. The winner has already been penciled in to fight reigning Bellator 135 pound champion Eduardo Dantas this upcoming November.
Lastly, opening up the card will be a heavyweight attraction as Ryan Martinez and The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) season 10 veteran Mike Wessel expect to slug it out for a potential heavyweight tournament qualifier.
Bellator 73 weigh-in results are posted after the jump:
205 lbs.: Travis Wiuff (206) vs. Attila Vegh (204.4)
135 lbs.: Marcos Galvao (136) vs. Luis Nogueira (136)
265 lbs.: Ryan Martinez (254) vs. Mike Wessel (262.6)
205 lbs.: Mike Mucitelli (204.4) vs. Matt Van Buren (205.8)
145 lbs.: Chris Coggins (146) vs. Zach Underwood (145.6)
155 lbs.: Cosmo Alexandre (155.6) vs. Harry Johnson (154)
170 lbs.: Kelvin Tiller (190.2*) vs. Amaechi Oselukwue (184.8)
170 lbs.: Andy Uhrich (170.2) vs. Joe Williams (170.6)
205 lbs.: Brian Albin (205) vs. Jacob Noe (205.8)
135 lbs.: Jay Black (133) vs. Brian Hall (135.6)
*Tiller has two hours to lose 4.2 pounds or be fined 20 percent of his purse
Remember that MMAMania.com will provide LIVE blow-by-blow, round-by-round coverage of Bellator 73, beginning with the MTV2 telecast starting at 8 p.m. ET tomorrow night (August 24).
It's going to be a great night of fights so don't miss it, and remember to check us out for all the post-fight coverage after tomorrow night's card is wrapped up.
See you then!